posted on Mar, 29 2011 @ 04:01 AM
Ok, I'm really starting to wonder what's going on. I'm wondering if anyone else has routinely encountered the same things or even had it happen to
them. I've experienced static electricity shocks several times when touching water. A couple of years ago I could turn on the water faucet and not
get any shock, then touch the water coming out ,zappp, I felt it. The other day it was raining all day outside. I go into church touch some standing
water which is customary, nothing happened. Although a few times I noticed a small static shock when doing so. Anyway at the end of the church
service, I picked up an umbrella and was in contact with a relative who I was escorting out. Then I touched the standing water. I felt a big zappp.
I didn't feel anything when contacting anything else or the person I was escorting. I'm thinking this is weird. The rain had turned into a light
mist outside. I thought it was supposed to be difficult to get static shocks when it was raining outside. Maybe there is a valid explanation for
this. Maybe I got too much iron in my blood and I easily accumulate electricity and it builds up and discharges suddenly without warning.
I once shocked a girl in a club one night. She told me I did when we accidentally touched and she was wondering what that sharp but small pain was.
I asked her if anyone had ever shocked her like that in the club before and she said no. During this past winter I touched some sheets of plastic and
didn't notice anything until I went to touch a light switch. Apparently I accumulated such a massive charge the small lightning bolt that shot out
from my finger traveled a good distance and you could hear it. It was one of the most painful shocks I've ever had. I say a long distance but I
know my finger was within an inch of the switch plate.
It seems really strange to keep getting static shocks when touching water and sometimes other objects. Is this common or do you guys occasionally get
static shocks not when touching doors and other people but immediately after that when touching holy water? I've gotten shocks when touching regular
water too. I guess what makes it seem strange is that I touch doors and other objects and then get the static shock when touching water. Apparently
things are getting more diversified since I accidentally shocked a girl in a club a few months ago. Maybe there was a thunderstorm overhead. I have
experienced a lot of static electricity coming off all my fingers in a club when apparently there was a storm outside. I'm wondering if this is a
little bit unusual or very unusual.